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6. The most common rule for forming plural nouns is



A. adding -es to the word.
B. changing the y to i and adding -es.
C. dropping the last letter and adding -ies.
D. adding -s to the word.

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  1. I THINK B IS MOST COMMON

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  2. B works only with nouns that end in -y.

    Please re-think ... no guessing!

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  3. OH THEN IT HAS TO BE D THE S MAKES IT PLURAL

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